IfG in the news

28th April 2017
Bronwen Maddox writes that after voting for Brexit, Wales could be turning its back on Labour.
28th April 2017
Dr Jo Casebourne is interviewed on the Daily Politics about metrol mayors elections.
28th April 2017
FT piece by Chris Giles quotes Julian McCrae about the triple tax lock.
28th April 2017
Small, highly skilled teams lauded by governments globally as a way to deliver policy priorities are not inherently effective, the Institute for Government has cautioned.
27th April 2017
Coverage of latest IfG research into Freedom of Information Act responses.
27th April 2017
Coverage of the latest Institute for Government report draws lessons from global take-up of delivery units.
26th April 2017
The Times reports on the IfG's Whitehall Monitor analysis of the lastest Freedom of Information requests. 
25th April 2017
Piece on immigration. References comments made by independent MP Douglas Carswell while speaking at the IfG. 
25th April 2017
Analysis of Theresa May's announcement to call a snap election. Quotes IfG Director Bronwen Maddox's piece on the factors behind the the Prime Minister's decision. 
25th April 2017
Dr Catherine Haddon says purdah should not have prevented the publication of the Government's report or the subsequent consultation on pollution.
25th April 2017
The Financial Times quotes Jill Rutter, Programme Director, following Andrew Tyrie's, Chair of the Treasury Committee, announcement that he will not run in the 2017 election. 
24th April 2017
Dr Hannah White, Director of Research, discusses the committee system and Scottish Parliament. 
21st April 2017
Dr Catherine Haddon explains the effect the election will have on parliamentary and government business in The Times Red Box. 
20th April 2017
The Guardian's guide to purdah. References Dr Catherine Haddon's piece on how the election will affect parlimantary and government business. 
20th April 2017
Emma Norris, Programme Director, says that bills which are currently in ping-pong stage are only likely to make it through to the statute book with compromises.
20th April 2017
Dr Catherine Haddon discusses the purpose of an opposition.
20th April 2017
Dr Catherine Haddon explains how General Election 2017 will affect parliamentary and government business. 
20th April 2017
Dr Emily Andrews writes that politicians should use the election to gain a mandate for specific, challenging reforms to tackle pressures in public services.
20th April 2017
Emma Norris, Programme Director, says that the next two weeks will see a rush to pass major legislations and policies before Parliament is dissolved.
20th April 2017
The Chartered Institute of Taxation urges the Chancellor not to rush through the Finance Bill. References our joint report with CIOT and the IFS on Better Budgets. 
20th April 2017
Coverage of the IfG's event on how the Government should approach the Brexit negotiations. 
20th April 2017
Article on the Prime Minister's Article 50 letter. References comments made by Sir Stephen Wall, the UK's former permanent representative to the EU, at an IfG event. 
19th April 2017
Article on the impact of a Conservative win on the civil service. References the IfG's Ministers Reflect interview with former Cabinet Minister Lord Maude. 
19th April 2017
Julian McCrae, IfG Deputy Director, says this election will be of real substance where the British people will be able to vote on the detail, rather than a yes-no question.

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